Protégé of Otis Redding. Produced by Rick Hall. First version issued.
Barbara Lynn [produced by Huey Meaux, released on his own label (Tribe)]
Otis Redding [demo (for Arthur Conley?) with Rick Hall, Phil Walden and Dan Penn, bootlegged as a single on Stone in '76, part of The Fame Studios Story 1961-1973; a far out arrangement compared to Dan Penn's demo (see: his ACE comp The Fame Recordings)]
Box Tops [lyrical reference at the end of Cry Like A Baby, another Dan Penn composition]
Maurice & Mac [on Checker and also with Rick Hall]
Dan Penn [coauthor]
Same title: Wayne Cochran ('65 - King).